Welcome to the Flotilla 18-7, District 5NR Web Site
Welcome Aboard !
Established by Congress in 1939, the United Coast Guard Auxiliary is the civilian volunteer arm of the United States Coast Guard. We are 30,000 volunteer men and women who donate our time and expertise to support the Coast Guard and improve boating safety.
Established in 1968, Flotilla 18-07 is a member of Division 18, 5th Northern District. Our home is Medford, NJ, but we serve the area between Medford and the Delaware River in NJ. We focus on boating safety in the form of education and vessel safety inspections, and patrols on the Delaware river.
- Education is primarily focused upon teaching the necessary skills for a boater to receive a NJ Official Boating Safety Card. Students who pass our About Boating Safety class will receive this certification from the State of New Jersey.
- Vessel Safety Inspection is focused upon ensuring that your boat and its skipper have the necessary equipment for a vessel of that size and the knowledge on how to use that equipment. A USCG Auxiliary Vessel Safety Sticker is awarded a successful inspection.
- Patrols on the Delaware River involve Crew and Coxswain qualified Auxiliarists who are trained in boating safety and who interface with the operational US Coast Guard via Sector Delaware Bay. Our role in patrols is to aid/assist boaters in trouble and report unsafe conditions as well as monitor Aids to Navigation and other safety factors for safe public boating on the river.
Want to Join ?
We are always looking for new members. Our members are friendly and dedicated to public boating safety. We'd welcome you to work along side of us in this important endeavor. For more info, lease email our Flotilla Commander Steve Davis at email@example.com
Feel free to explore our pages here and learn more about us and what you can do in the Auxiliary. In Flotilla 18-7, we have adopted the official US Coast Guard motto as our own:
Flotiilla 18-7 meets monthly, except August, according to the following schedule. Visitors are welcome. For more details, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings are held starting at 1900 hours at the Lumberton Municipal Building at 35 Municipal Drive in Lumberton, NJ 08048. Directions, when approaching the building, follow driveway around to right hand side of building and park. Entrance is about in the middle of the side of the building. The door automatically unlocks just prior to the meeting at 1845.
2015 Meeting Schedule
2nd Mondays: May 11, June 8, July 13, September 14, October 12, November 9